My normal procedure done on all updates until now is:
1. On the "prior" version, run a script that downloads (with WebDAV) all templates from style 0 ("master") and my style, #2. This gives me a baseline for all my diffs.
2. Run the update, then get a list of "Outdated Templates" from the admin cp.
3. For each of the Outdated templates, hit Revert to undo my changes and use the latest version from the new release
4. Go in and apply my diffs from #1 (by hand so nothing weird happens) to all the templates listed as Outdated from #2. I usually do this by downloading the style 2 template via WebDAV, then editing it in emacs, and then uploading it via WebDAV again (to Style 2)
This has worked for every update until now.
Going to 1.1, the difference is when I hit "revert" on the Outdated Templates, it removes the template from the Outdated list, but it does NOT seem to actually roll back to the latest, unmodified, version from the new release. (Since there is no modified version of the template in style 2, it should take the base/master version.) To clarify, if I hit Revert and then EITHER go to the template for style 2 and view/edit it, there is no Revert option and the old data is there; or when I download from style 2 via WebDAV I get the old data (non reverted)
To work around this, I had down download the style 0 version from WebDAV, apply my diffs, and then upload into style 2.
Could someone on the XenForo team comment on this?